Ski Chalet L’Eau Vive sits next to the stream at the entrance to this quiet village and sleeps 12-14.
On the first floor there are three beautifully refurbished and spacious family suites. Each one accommodates a family of 4/5 in a double bedroom and adjoining bunk room for your children, with space for a further bed or cot. Two of the suites have separate rooms for parents’ and children’s accommodation and one is open plan. All are fully ensuite with shower, WC and basin. Every room opens onto a traditional wooden balcony with views of the stream or mountains.
The ski chalet has a large open-plan dining/living area, separate TV/DVD room, a ski and boot room, washing machine and tumble dryer and a splendid outdoor hot tub with fabulous views of the mountain, river and forest – perfect for relaxing at the end of the day. The telecabine is just 150m up the village and you can ski back to the chalet.
It is hardly surprising that people are prepared to drive to Ardent, after all, Snow-forecast.com give Montriond/Ardent a solid five out of five for ‘snowsure’ and state it is ‘snowsure even in the poorest seasons’. (Montriond is the commune down the valley which gives its name to the skiing area reached by the Ardent Bubble.) Lucky Family Ski Company guests just need to step out of their chalet door to benefit from this guarantee!
Avoriaz with its 2000+ m pistes, the place to be near when snow is in demand, is just two lifts away from Ardent Village.
The Powder Hounds are given lunch in Chalet L’Eau Vive and enjoy activities in their ‘den’ on the lower ground floor during the afternoons. Breakfast in the L’Eau Vive is continental style and your cook or host will prepare dishes from our breakfast menu.